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Ross Pearson found himself on the wrong end of one of the most controversial split decisions in UFC history this past June. Now he looks to put it behind him and move on with a statement win over Gray Maynard on August 16.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC read news >>

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Brad Pickett’s second flyweight fight for the UFC did not go to plan. read news >>

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Former UFC welterweight champion Matt Serra knows exactly why the emotions recently got to fellow ex-titleholder B.J. Penn after his final fight.Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos read news >>

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Saturday night was UFC 175, the biggest event of the year for the world's largest MMA promotion. In the main event, Lyoto Machida challenged Chris Weidman for his UFC Middleweight Championship in an attempt to be just the third fighter to hold belts in multiple weight classes. Machida came up short in his effort to become champion, dropping a unanimous decision to Weidman. It was a fight that was largely contested on the feet and excited the fans throughout. In examining Machida's performance, i read news >>

  • a month ago
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It doesn't take a doctor to see that something is very, very wrong with Uriah Hall's toe. Bleacher Report MMA tweeted out a couple of grisly images of his damaged foot (Warning: Images are graphic and NSFW): According to MMA Fighting's Ariel Helwani, Hall could actually feel the bone in his toe poking out of the skin: Demonstrating exactly how tough he is, the 29-year-old continued using the injured foot to kick Thiago Santos, per Jason Jones of The Sacramento Bee: Bleacher Report's Mike Freeman read news >>

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LAS VEGAS -- UFC bantamweight Urijah Faber spoke to the media Thursday at the UFC 175 media day, opening up about facing Alex Caceres on the preliminary card on Fox Sports 1, his rift with Duane Ludwig, what happened to Chael Sonnen and more. read news >>

  • a month ago
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  • 2 months ago
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After being summoned to a Nevada State Athletic Commission hearing to provide his side of the story for skipping out on a random drug test, Wanderlei Silva feels that he has shed light on things and solved his problem with the NSAC. Silva released a video on his YouTube page, featuring a few minutes of the NSAC meeting and gave his thoughts on how his appearance went. “I am very happy to solve this situation,” Silva said in the video. “I was happy to clarify things and say the truth.” UFC Presid read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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And White also believes "Axe Murderer" is still in BIG trouble. Wanderlei Silva is confident he has "solved" his drug test-evading problems with Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) after his hearing on June 17, 2014. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) President Dana White, on the other hand, isn't so optimistic, sharing his thoughts on the hearing (listen to it) via "The Download." In fact, he believes "Axe Murderer" is still in a world of trouble. In White's view, it would have been bette read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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Wanderlei Silva released a video suggesting his ongoing problems with the Nevada State Athletic Commission were “solved.” Dana White has since issued a statement suggesting that’s anything but the case.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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Wanderlei Silva feels "very happy to solve this situation" and that he was able "to clarify things and say the truth", but UFC president Dana White is not convinced yet. Silva released a video on Thursday morning explaining why he ran away from a random test of the Nevada Athletic Commission and admitted he was taking diuretics, but was confident that he wouldn’t get any trouble applying for a license in the state. White doesn’t think it’s going to be that easy, though. "I'm not the athletic com read news >>

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